FARMINGTON — Franklin Savings Bank’s Community Development Foundation has awarded $33,000 in college scholarships to 11 local students. The scholarships are $3,000 each. The bank awards the scholarships each year to students from 10 local schools.

The 2013 Franklin Scholars are:

Spruce Mountain North High School: Lindsey Allen of Jay, daughter of Heather McPhee and Vaikko Allen. She plans to major in human resources and management at Thomas College in Waterville.

Spruce Mountain South High School: Cameron Esty of Livermore, son of Michael Esty and Rebecca Purrington. He plans to major in finance at the University of Southern Maine.

Mt. Blue High School: Megan Burdick of Wilton, daughter of Judy and Robert Burdick, who plans to major in business at the University of Southern Maine in Portland.

Mt. Blue High School: Ashli Frost of Jay, daughter of Megan Reed and Jason Frost. She plans to major in accounting at the University of Tampa in Florida.


Rangeley Lakes Regional School: Megan R. Crosson of Rangeley, daughter of George and Debbie Crosson, who plans to major in business at the University of North Carolina.

Mountain Valley High School: Adriana Gorham of Rumford, daughter of Joseph Gorham. She plans to major in marketing at Bentley University in Waltham, Mass.

Skowhegan High School: Ali E. York of Skowhegan, daughter of Paul and Stephanie Walston, who plans to major in business administration at Husson University in Bangor.

Carrabec High School: Kaitlyn C. Cowen of New Portland and Madison, daughter of Gary and Kristen Cowan, who plans to major in hospitality and tourism management at Husson University.

Mt. Abram High School: Taylor Sue Jordan of Kingfield, daughter of Jonathan and Kim Jordan. She plans to major in marketing management and accounting at Thomas College.

Dirigo High School: Loren Keim of Dixfield, son of Blue and Lisa Keim. He plans to major in management at Husson University.

Madison Area Memorial High School: Logan N. Bruneau of Madison, child of Brandi Willette and Alan Richard, plans to major in management at Thomas College.

Scholarships were awarded to students who plan to attend a four-year college with studies concentrating in accounting, finance, marketing, management, computer sciences or other business-related courses. The graduating seniors were selected as Franklin Scholars based largely on high academic achievement.

The bank’s Community Development Foundation grants the scholarships to the schools, which select the student and administer the scholarship.

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